Saturday, November 23, 2013

What we can learn for a windowsill of dead flies

By: Thomas Signorello  November 23rd, 2013

I heard this story many times over the years from my good friend, Jordan Adler. Here's the author of "Beach Money" and a great storyteller. He also is one of the Top 10 Networker's in the world!

When he presents from the stage, he tells this short little story ...

We stand in a room. The room is relatively small and there is a single window in it. The window has clean/clear glass in it and it is closed as well as locked. There is no way to open the window.

Bumping up against this window are a few flies. They buzz and bump ... buzz and bump ... eventually ending up on the windowsill with many of the other flies who tried to escape to freedom. What a sad way to go.

We've all seen this. Flies trying over and over to "escape" and get to the open air. They can see it. Yet, they try over and over to have different results. Buzz, buzz, buzz ... Bump, bump, bump.

Hundreds of them try. Almost all fail and fall to their death. It's a sad story.

The saddest part, is that there is an open door on the other side of the room, less than ten feet away. The door leads to freedom and safety. Yet, virtually all of the flies die. A few see the door and make it out. They go on to live happy, healthy lives.

When it comes to Network Marketing and Direct Sales, some people will not embrace the profession or the concept. They will be quick to criticize and tell others what they "can't" do. 

They then go back to their work in the corporate world or small business endeavor and trade time for dollars, never truly understanding the power of leveraged income and the freedom that it can bring. 

However for some, they will embrace the "new" way of thinking and attempt another way. Like the flies in the story, they will see a different way to freedom. Some will make it. With it comes a life of abundance. The alternative ... too horrible for me to imagine!

Thomas Signorello is a Professional Networker and Relationship Building Coach/Mentor. He has grown a tremendous business by teaching people the Art of making others feel special and taking relationships made in person and via the Internet, Offline. To learn more about Thomas and how he helps people achieve more abundance in their lives, visit his website: by clicking HERE.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

20+ Essential Tools And Applications For Bloggers

20+ Essential Tools And Applications For Bloggers

By Filed in Tools 
Blogging can be quite a process. First you may have to do some research, then put your thoughts together, and of course add any necessary screenshots and images. Let’s not forget the optimization part (SEO, keywords, etc) and sharing your content on the Web so that others will read it and hopefully share it. With all of these steps involved, blogging can be quite time-consuming and many bloggers get burnt out rather quickly doing these things on a daily basis.
Lucky for us, the process doesn’t have to be so difficult anymore. Thanks to the Web and technology, there are hundreds of tools out there to assist your blogging process and make it less of a headache. This list will take a look at some of the top tools for and applications for making blogging easier.

Save Ideas For Later

Tools that let you save items for later use are great time savers because you can save Web pages, images and files as you’re reading or browsing. If you come across an interesting tool that you may want to blog about later, you can just save it with a single click and then look at it later when you have the time. These tools are also great for storing and organizing all of your ideas and then finding them again when needed.


With this tool you can save Web pages to your Read-it-Later list to be read at a later time. Items can be saved from your computer or mobile devices via numerous applications and integrations. You can access your list just about anywhere for online or offline reading.
A similar tool is Instapaper, which works in the same way, but doesn’t have as many applications. One of the best things about Instapaper is that you can forward full emails to save for later (Read-it-Later only allows you to save links via email).
read it later


You can capture anything from Web pages to images, text, and voice notes with Evernote. Just like Read-it-Later, there are numerous applications and integrations that let you save items to your account. Your notes can be accessed from just about anywhere via a computer or mobile device. Plus, with the ability to search through all of your notes (even text within images), you’ll be able to find things super fast.


Springpad is much like Evernote, but refers to itself as “really, really smart notes.” It’s about more than just saving notes, you can also save tasks, set reminders with alerts, and look up items (like products, restaurants and recipes) to save. With Springpad, you don’t have to worry about organizing your thoughts because it does it all for you automatically. So if you want to blog about a specific product or location, Springpad lets you remember and access these items conveniently from your computer or mobile device.


Don’t let the simple design fool you, Catch is a very effective tool for privately saving notes, ideas, images, places, lists and more. You can then sync those items between your computer and mobile device. It uses a hashtag system (much like Twitter) to add tags to your items for organizing. If you’re looking for a simple too without all the bells, whistles and extra features then Catch is a great option. They have a variety of browser extensions and mobile apps.
catch app


Trail-Mix lets you “squirrel away” notes, images, Web pages and files right within your browser. It currently works as a Firefox sidebar only. You can drag and drop items like links, text and images right into the sidebar to save for later.
If you’re looking for a similar tool to use in Chrome, you may want to check out Read Later Fast from Diigo (no relation to Read-it-Later). Items are added via an option in the right click content menu. It’s a Chrome app, so it works in its own tab as opposed to the sidebar (like Firefox).


With Diigo you can annotate the Web by highlighting, adding sticky notes, bookmarking, taking screenshots, saving images and more. You can then manage it all and reference your findings from your Diigo account for later use. Best of all, whenever you return to a page that you’ve annotated, your notes will still be there. You can even see annotations that others have added to pages as well. You can use Diigo to annotate specific parts of Web pages that you want to use for a blog post or to save items that you want to read at a later time.

Blog Editors

While many prefer to use the blog editor that comes with their blogging platform, it can be much more convenient to use a blog editor – especially if you have more than one blog to update. With most blog editors, you can even write offline and then publish whenever you’re online. They often also make it easier to add pictures to your posts (via drag and drop). You’ll also find many other features that you often can’t find in your blogging platform.

Windows Live Writer

Windows Live Writer is one of the most popular blog editors for the Windows platform. You can create new and edit previous blog posts, see what they’ll look like on your blog before publishing and set up multiple blogs. You can add things like images, videos, Bing maps. There are also 100+ plugins that you can use with Windows Live Writer in order to add more features and increase its functionality. Best of all, Windows Live Writer is complete free.
Windows Live Writer


BlogJet considers itself to be the “most advanced Windows blog editor and manager.” With it’s WYSIWYG editor, you don’t have to have any HTML knowledge. It’s very speedy and lets you add Flickr images, YouTube videos and file attachments. There are numerous other amazing features and it works with numerous blogging formats. Unlike Windows Live Writer, BlogJet isn’t, but there is a free demo version.


ScribeFire is an extension that you can get for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. It’s a full featured blog editor that lets you create and publish blog posts right from your browser. You can drop and drop text and images, schedule blog posts for later, tag and categorize, edit pages, post to multiple blogs and more. While some find the endless features in ScribeFire overwhelming, others just can’t live without them.


Qumana is another desktop blog editor that lets you edit and publish posts to one or more of your blogs. It can also be used offline and includes text formatting, Technorati tagging, and the ability to add images and advertising to your posts. Qumana works on both Windows and Mac and lets you type in the WYSIWYG editor or Source view (for editing your own HTML).


Veeeb is a unique editor that integrates with your blogging platform (currently only WordPress and Drupal). It uses a process called “semantic text analysis” in order to scan your content for significant keywords and suggest relevant media and links. You can then drag and drop images and videos right into your posts or store them for later use. If you need to find out more about a topic, you can do that as well with the integrated search.

Deepest Sender

Deepest Sender is another blog editor that lives in your browser. It runs inside Firefox, SeaMonkey and XULRunner. You can add multiple accounts to be used with the WYSIWYG editor. It can be used as a full page editor in a new tab or right from the sidebar, which lets you drag and drop text and images from the Web right into the editor. Other great features include crash recovery, drafts, post editing and offline mode.
deepest sender



These tools will help you create content quicker and also help make your posts more interesting to your readers.


Zemanta is a tool that works on the side of your blog editor. There are quite a few browser andserver-side plugins that you can use in order to enrich your blog posts. As you’re typing in your blog editor, Zemanta will analyze your words and then suggest images, tags, links and related articles for your content. Zemanta features over 10 million images that you can use, all with the proper licensing.


If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to get opinions or feedback from your readers, creating surveys and polls through PollDaddy is a great option. You can get quick responses, plus it’s an easy way to keep tally instead of having to go through all of your comments individually. PollDaddy has a survey editor that is customizable and very easy to use. You can even get immediate responses from people using your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with the iOS app.



Dropbox is the ultimate tool for syncing files between your computer and mobile devices. There is a Dropbox app for just about every device and system and there even more integrations with other apps. So not only are your files always secure, but they’re always with you wherever you go. If you need to save files for use later, just add them to Dropbox or sync them using a supported app.

Google Docs

If you’re looking for a way to access your blog posts from anywhere, one of your best options it to create and save them in Google Docs. Since Google Docs is a Web based word processor, you can access your account no matter what device you’re on – computer or mobile device. This allows you to work on the go, from anywhere. You can also collaborate in real-time with others, which makes Google Docs great for collaborative posts and projects.
google doc

Dragon Dictation

While the Dragon Dictation computer software is pretty expensive, you can currently get it for free on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. With it you can speak right into your device and then have your words automatically transcribed for you. This is great for recording quick notes, thoughts or ideas for your blog posts. You can then email them to yourself to look over and reference whenever needed.
dragon dictation


If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to grab screenshots for your posts, without downloadingany software, these 3 tools are very convenient.

Awesome Screenshot

Awesome Screenshot is a capture, annotation and sharing tool by Diigo for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. You can capture the visible part of a page, selected area or entire page. Annotation tools include adding shapes (rectangles, circles), arrows, lines and text. There is also a blur tool which is great for protecting your privacy and personal information that you may capture. There are 3 options for saving your screenshots; you can save to the Awesome Screenshot website for a month, save to Diigo forever, or save on your computer.
awesoe screnshot


FireShot is an extension for Firefox, Chrome, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and Internet Explorer. It lets you capture, edit, annotate, organize, export, upload and print screenshots from the Web. There are quite a few capture options: entire page, visible part of page, selection or browser window. One of the unique things about FireShot is the full set of editing and annotation tools that it provides. Plus, it can even allow you to capture flash content.

Pixlr Grabber

With Pixlr Grabber you can copy, save, edit and share screenshots and images from the Web. There is an extension for both Firefox and Chrome. You’ll be able to grab only the visible part of the page, a defined area or an entire Web page. You can then share it on (an image sharing site by Pixlr) or save it to your desktop. Saving it your desktop then allows you to drag and drop or upload it to your blog post (depending on what you’re using to create your content).
pixlr grabber



SEO Blogger

With SEO Blogger, you can “find the most sought-after keywords for your subject without ever leaving your blog editing screen.” It currently works only in the Firefox sidebar via an extension. It allows you to research keywords, see how popular they are, and compare them instantly with other keywords. You’ll also be able to see how many times you’ve used specific keywords in your content. This is great for keeping track of the keyword density in your posts which is a big part of SEO.
seo blogger

SEO Book

SEO Book isn’t just one tool, it offers a large selection of free and premium SEO tools for bloggers, webmasters and SEO professionals. The tools offered range from Firefox extensions, to Web based tools. They also have numerous tutorials, tips and articles to help you learn how to properly optimize your blog to increase traffic and rankings. SEO Books is like an SEO goldmine; you’ll be glad that you stopped by.
seobook tools




Ping-O-Matic is a pinging service that lets search engines know that you’ve updated your blog. You can select the different services that you’d like to ping. The services listed are updated regularly, so you can be sure that only the most important ones are listed. You can ping your blog directly from the Ping-O-Matic site or by using the bookmarklet.


Shareaholic makes it easy for you and others to quickly share your blog posts all over the social Web. There is an extension for just about every browser, plus an awesome WordPress plugin (called Sexy Bookmarks) that you’ve probably seen used all over the Web already. Shareaholic supports over 100 services for sharing and saving your content.
Another great all-in-one sharing tool is AddThis; you might want to try out the Sharebar or share buttons for your blog.


Feedburner is an RSS management service that provides custom RSS feeds and management tools for blogs. It also offers traffic analysis so that you can see how many people are viewing and clicking on the content in your feeds. There is an integrated advertising system that lets you inserts ads in your RSS feeds and earn money. A great feature is the ability to add links for content sharing at the bottom of your feed items via Feedflares. Feedburner really gives you total control and the ability to easily optimize your RSS feeds.
Now it’s your turn. What’s your favorite tool or application that makes blogging easier for you?


Thomas Signorello is a Professional Networker and Relationship Building Coach and Mentor. He has grown a successful business by teaching others the art of making people feel special, doing  it both online and off. To learn more about Thomas and to connect with him via Social Media, please visit by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

12 Days of Christmas Crafts - Day 5

Ooh, today is my favorite craft out of all the days. I've wanted to make one of these for a couple years now. So last year, I bought a bunch of ball ornaments on sale after Christmas. Unfortunately, I didn't buy enough so I had to raid the ornaments I already owned. Not a big deal though. It's just so sparkly and shiny, it's mesmerizing. I have it hanging on a mirror over our couch and I'm debating how long I can leave it there in 2010 before it becomes a little weird. Is it okay to have Christmas decorations out in July? : )

Here's some pictures of the process - just in case you want to make your own. It's super easy, just make sure you have enough ornaments. I'm pretty sure I used more than 100 ornaments. Way more than I expected. I just attached everything with hot glue. There is no right or wrong way either.

Step 1: Take all the "hanger" pieces off the ornaments. Then, I glued the biggest ornaments on first in an even pattern around the Styrofoam wreath.
Step 2: Glue the next size down ornaments on.
Step 3: It's starting to fill in now. I just continued gluing on the smaller ones.
Step 4: This is the finishing stage where you fill in all the extra space with the smallest ornaments you have. Not all the balls are connected to the wreath either. You just glue them all on to one another. You just fill in anywhere you can still see the wreath.

It took me one evening to do this. Easy - I promise. Just don't burn your fingers on the hot glue!

*Update* Thanks everyone for your kind words. A few added notes. I hung it by a ribbon that I "threaded" through the wreath and the ornament balls. I used a 12" inside diameter foam wreath.


Jen of ReannaLily Designs said...
Note to self- Becky is probably out of hot glue and would like some more as a Christmas gift. The wreath looks great!
M@ said...
There are no limits on duration of Christmas decorations in NW FL.
Karisa said...
So pretty! I might actually be capable of this one...
Karen said...
pretty!!!!!! I noticed I had a ton of glass ball ornaments in my Christmas stash I must have bought one year on clearance.. I didn't know what to do with them.. I'll have to evaluate, and maybe buy more.. this is awesome!
Jean said...
Debbie N said...
that wreath is so awesome...maybe I could make one in hanukkah colors???
Owens Family Adventures said...
That is really really cute!! I may have to make this one and hang it out front for all of the neighbors to feel all jealous of my glue gun capabilities. When they ask me where I got the idea from I will say.....all surprised like....
"Oh this is a Becky. You know. A Becky. You don't know what a Becky is?? Poor dear, I just can't talk to you anymore."
D & J said...
OMG... I see these in the stores and I always think how nice it would be to make one. I am glad to see how simple it is... I may consider making one maybe with my old balls. thanks for sharing this!
bethanndodd said...
I love this!! I am going to check out my ornament stash this weekend! It's never too early for a Christmas project! Thanks for sharing! Smiles~Beth
Jill Massena said...
I love this. Cannot wait to try this. Now I can find a use for all my old ornaments, so I can buy new ones this year.

Hayley F said...
I love your wreath, and am thinking of attempting one myself, but I have one question.... how did you hang it? Thanks! :)
Kelly Ann said...
I love this! I think I'm going to try and make one for my parent's house! One question did you attach the ribbon to hang the wreath? I've got a few ideas of how to do it but I figured why not go to the source!!
JustMe said...
Someone pinned this on Pinterest. I've seen it repinned several times.

This lovely craft is NOT memorizing - which means "to memorize". However, I must say it is quite mesmerizing - which means "spell binding or enthralling".
Anonymous said...
The spelling police came here from Pinterest just to post that comment? Anyway, this is beautiful... I tried this once, though, and stored the thing in my attic and it melted! ...along with a bunch of other awesome crafts I had made with hot glue. Wah... don't make my mistake... store that beautiful wreath inside!
Anonymous said...
What size foam wreath did you use?
Angela said...
I love it. I'm making one now... but wondering how you hang it?
livinlifeinlouie said...
love this! How many ornaments do you think you used?
StEpH said...
Whit said...
I have been making these for a couple years now and just wanted to give you some tips! I have learned that the plastic balls work best incase for some reason one comes off, or falls. Also if you are going to be putting this on a porch or somewhere cold I wouldn't recommend using hot glue, use a better adhesive that colds up to the colder temperature.
Libby said...
I'm in the final stages of this sweet wreath! I used the large and small plastic ones from wal mart, just red and white and silver though. I'll have to go to hobby lobby to find smaller ones to fill in holes, though. I'm afraid if I keep using the small ones from wallyworld this will be the biggest wreath ever lol
Corinne said...
I found your post of Pinterest, and made my own. Thank you so much for your simple, easy to follow directions. Great post.
Snooty Primadona said...
I saw your tutorial for the Christmas ball wreath & just want to thank you for making it so easy. My previous wreath was made with the hanger method & was falling apart, so I disassembled it & did it your way. It looks fabulous! And, it doesn't feel like it's about to fall apart...
3_little_arrows said...
Just make sure not to put it in the attic! I made that mistake last year and all of the balls fell off when the glue softened :/ turned out great though!
txclutter said...
would be really cute for other orange and black/halloween brown gold orange/fall pastels would look like easter eggs!! Thanks for sharing the info
Rachel Morey Flynn said...
This is so cool. I'm doing a HUGE one for above my fireplace. Maybe the spelling police should shut up. I hold deep contempt for people who pipe up just to offer their superiority in the form of an unnecessary correction. Also, Merry Christmas!
barbara said...
I made one of these wreaths years ago. It has since fallen apart.So I painted one over my fireplace instead.Its Christmas all the time in my living room!
Sweet Peas and Bumblebees said...
LOVE your wreath! It turned out great! I'm pinning it right now! Thanks for sharing!

vanillasugarblog said...
Oh my gosh.
can I please share this on my blog?
i'll be doing a friday finds on friday.
love love love this and my fans will too.
ok to use your photos with duly noted credit to you?
thank you!
(already posted link on my FB page, no photos)
Katie Webb said...
Unless you use professional quality pan melt glue, don't use outdoors unless you live in a very mild climate. Hot glue won't hold in cold weather. Cool temp hot glue even less so.
Professional florist
Katie Webb said...
Unless you use professional quality pan melt hot glue, or live in a very mild climate, don't plan on using this outside. Glue gun glue won't hold in cold weather, cool temp glue even less so.
Kim said...
I bought 2 ornament wreaths from Pier I Imports several years ago on their 75% off after Christmas sale. I love how they look. I also buy this ornaments after Christmas for 75 to 90% off at Target. I really want to do this project for Christmas next year. I have 4 married children and always do a craft project for them. Thank yor the idea.
Dawn said...
This is great! Thank you for taking the time to share!
Mercedes said...
Thank you for this! I have wanted to make one of these and figured it couldn't be too hard but it really helps to have step-by-step instructions!
dee said...
What a beautiful ornament wreath. I featured it on my CraftBliss blog and linked back to you. Thanks for creating and sharing! ~Dee
Anonymous said...
The glue E6000 is the best I have found for my craft projects, holds in cold and in heat. Only problem is it is not fast drying but worth the problem if you want your project to hold up especially outside.
craftymom said...
I love this. What size wreath did you use?
Victoria said...
I love your wreath. My front door in the country is bright yellow. A wreath like this would be perfect. Thanks for sharing.
Emily said...
hi! I'm doing a wreath roundup on Monday and am going to feature YOU! Hope you can stop by and check it out. Grab a featured button if you want.
joy.amalia said...
what size of styrofoam ring did you use? I got one but i have a feeling it is too small :(
Terry said...
Made the wreath out of bulbs I did not plan to use again. Made it in less than 1 hour. WOW! So easy and it turned out beautiful! Thank you for being so creative.
Shelley Wirtz said...
I love the way your wreath looks. I made one similar from old family ornaments. It's one of my favorite Christmas decorations since it represents people who were dear to me.
Anonymous said...
Just bought all the balls I need. Can't wait to start it!!! Thanks for posting!
Tina - Ball Team Co-Captain said...
I say it can stay up all year, but, why not make one with all green hues for St. Patrick's Day; purple orange and black for Halloween; red white and blue for Independence Day; you get the idea!
Abby said...
I made one last night. I used a 12 inch ring that was probably a little small but all they had at JoAnn's the day I shopped. I used 110 ornaments, 4 different sizes (bought on sale after Christmas) and it cost me $21.76 for all the materials. I saw them on sale at craft fairs for $70+. I had a hard time getting it to look completely round but I'm sure I'll do better next time. Took me about 2 hours, mostly because of waiting for the glue to dry and obsessing about where to put the different ornaments.
DebraLyn said...
BEAUTIFUL! i made two last year and just love them! I also made the same using plastic easter eggs!
Ash said...
Found your tutorial through Pinterest - going to check out the rest of your blog now, too!!
I featured your wreath in my home blog, here:

Anonymous said...
Thanks for the tutorial. going to do it!
Tami said...
wow ...i think I will comb the thrift stores to for ornaments...this is so simple that even I can do this one...great last min gift for anyone...thinking teachers...Ss teachers... mmmm my mind is racing
Thank you!!!!
Dot Bushman said...
This is really cool. With your permission, I'd like to have my 4H'ers try this. Fair is over this year but it would be a good project for some of the "Clover Buds" and young 4H'ers. Thanks for sharing.
spockybooky said...
I've made wreaths out of pool noodles, cut to size you want and duct taped into a circle. It works. Hot glue is affected by temperature, but should hold up ok. Storebought ones are made with hot glue sometimes and they hold up. Thanks for this idea - it's beautiful.
Rachel said...
Hi - I am an Editor at Ladies' Home Journal - trying to get in touch with you about your Ornament Wreath. There is no e-mail address provided anywhere on your blog, so I am resorting to leaving a comment. Please get in touch with me ASAP if you are interested in being featured in the magazine. I hope to hear from you soon.
Anonymous said...
I want to do this with vintage ornaments, saw one done, with glass beads also woven in, it was over $200, no wonder if there are over 100 balls. You can get really great vintage ones at garage sales and auctions. I have a huge stash!
DawnLuvsU said...
Rachel you can email her thru her Etsy shop. The link is on this page above, once there you can click on one of her listings and then "contact owner".
Anonymous said...
Why are you being so rude? OOOOO SHE FORGOT TO PUT AN s IN...lET'S HANG HER!!!. FOOLS.
Tara said...
Hi there! I thought that this was so great that I featured it in my "100 Jolly Christmas Crafts & Decorations"! Have a great day!
Anonymous said...
How did you hang this??? Was there a hook for the Ribbon? this is the only piece of info I'm missing.
Anonymous said...
Instead of using the foam wreaths, it is ALOT cheaper (and easier to personalize to use plumbing insulation that you get at Home Depot or Lowes (or similar stores). You can get 4-6 ft. for 96 cents. And if you want a huge wreath you can get two lengths and use duct tape. It works great, is cheap, and if you mess up it is not a huge deal! :)
Barbara said...
Making this tonight. Yours is so beautiful!
Anonymous said...
I made 2 of these wreaths last year, and they turned out AMAZING! Your instructions were great, and I too went to Home Depot and bought the piping insulation, worked great and SOOO much cheaper! Going to make a couple more this year :) thanks
Anonymous said...
What size styrofoam wreath did you use?
Claire said...
I love it! It's so festive and colorful!
robin brietzke said...
Love, Love, Love it! I made one at Easter using plastic eggs of course. I also hated to take it down. My grandmother had some really pretty letters that spelled out Noel she to hated to take it down so she just moved the letters around to spell Leon our neighbours name. Lol.
Anonymous said...
With what an how do you hang it an with what?
Anonymous said...
Commentors Jenn and robin have the best comments on this piece. The wreath is stunning, too.
Christine said...
I made this over the weekend! I was able to make it for about $22 plus glue...and it is much prettier and larger than the ones you buy in the store. I needed A LOT more balls than I expected. I got the "large round" wreath at JoAnn Fabrics, and needed over 150 balls to complete this. If I do it again, I would suggest covering the styro. wreath in ribbon FIRST, and then start adding balls. This way if the styro shows, it won't look unfinished! Hope it helps!
Anonymous said...
What is the best size wreath for, say 150 ornaments & do you sink them inti the styrofoam at all or just glue them flush on the surface?
Amy Kelsch said...
Soooo very excited to come across your beautiful site!!! I will be back often! I featured one of your pictures and a link to your blog on my Facebook Page, Mindful Shopper. Would love it if you stopped by the page ( and website ( to say "Hi"! Wishing you Happy Holidays!
Amy Kelsch
Mindful Shopper
Kim Bertrand said...
You inspired me to make this... It's a wonderful wreath... I love it! Thanks for the idea. Only cautions I have is becareful of the hot glue... I burned two of my fingers twice... LOL. Also.. I had to use a 16" wreath form... all I could find...and turned out much larger than I expected at that size. But it's beautiful.
Anonymous said...
I made two of these wreaths last year and will be making a couple more this year. So fun and so easy!! I found all of the ornaments at the Dollar Spot at Target. They come in a tube of 8-16 for a dollar :)
Anonymous said...
It is gorgeous. I would leave it up all year round.Great job!!
Cyndi Austin said...
I think it would be very pretty to use colors for every season and add a initial in the middle.. Front door always needs a little something :)